Perforated acoustic ceiling & wall panels
What are perforated panels and why use them?
Perforated Panels serve an array of different purposes including lighting and aesthetics, but the most useful function is acoustic sound control.
Perforated panels are commonly used in acoustic design as they help to diffuse noise in different spaces. Each panel has holes varying in different sizes from micro sized to very large – or a combination! Perforated panels come in different patterns and shapes depending on the desired aesthetic and the acoustic requirements for the project.
When should you use acoustic panels?
Many buildings don’t have any acoustic properties which can make it difficult to hear important information or even concentrate. It’s well known that prolonger periods of unwanted noise can cause a stress response, so it’s important to get your acoustics right! Perforated acoustic panels are useful in a variety of different building types to help control noise. Some examples include:
- – Hospitals and medical centres
- – Retail and hospitality
- – Education (Schools & universities)
- – Community spaces including libraries or churches
- – Corporate office buildings
- – Wet areas (Aquatic centres and spas)
- – Aged Care facilities
- – Residential
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